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La Valle, WI

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Sunrise 6:12AMSunset 7:48PM Saturday August 24, 2019 3:48 PM CDT (20:48 UTC) Moonrise 11:46PMMoonset 2:10PM Illumination 32% Phase: Waning Crescent; Moon at 24 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near La Valle, WI
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Area Discussion for - Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI
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national weather service milwaukee sullivan wi
324 pm cdt Sat aug 24 2019

Short term
Tonight through Sunday... Forecast confidence is high
one last beautiful day in this stretch of great weather is on tap
for Sunday. High level cloud cover will be moving in from the
southwest with temperatures and dew points slightly increasing
despite this extra cloud cover.

Sunday night through Tuesday... Forecast confidence is medium
looking at two main rounds or chances for precipitation over this
period. The first will move in late Sunday night going into Monday
morning as an initial mid level short wave trough propagates from
its current position in northeast colorado on into northern
missouri by Sunday afternoon. This feature appears to break into
two pieces with one part of the trough dropping south toward
kentucky tennessee while the part that impacts us gets pulled into
the mean mid level flow on up through the western great lakes. Low
level moisture transport is not very high and there is little to
no 0-3km MUCAPE present as this feature comes in, so am expecting
it mainly to be rain with little to no lightning with it. Kept a
chance in there at the moment, but could see pulling that mention.

The second round is the one to watch as this will give us our
severe potential late Monday afternoon into Monday evening. It is
a fairly conditional setup, starting with how the morning
precipitation cloud cover limits instability in the region. If we
are able to clear out, that will certainly help increase the
sb MLCAPE development ahead of the cold front. Surface winds are
backed to the southeast ahead of the front with mid level winds
increasing to around 50kts at 500mb along the southern periphery
of the long wave trough. Still quite a bit of uncertainty though
with timing and whether those elements come together. The 24.12z
gfs is the fastest with bringing in the mid level winds as the
cold front passes through southern wisconsin, but the 24.12z ecmwf
lags behind with those mid level winds and doesn't bring them in
until the front has passed in the evening. The 24.12z appears to
be a slow outlier and doesn't bring the front through until
Tuesday morning. It will be a low CAPE high shear environment
worth keeping an eye on to see if the parameters come together or
not.

Long term
Wednesday through Saturday... Forecast confidence is medium
once the front comes through, another round of cooler air will
drop down into the region and linger through much of the week.

Winds should be rather gusty on Wednesday as the surface low
deepens across western ontario. Could see some scattered rain
showers developing in the afternoon Wednesday along that southern
periphery of the low, but confidence wasn't high enough to include
anything at the moment.

After a brief ridge of high pressure swings through late Wednesday
night into Thursday, another cold front will move through the
region Thursday afternoon into early Friday and could provide
another shot at some precipitation.

Aviation(21z tafs)
Vfr conditions expected through Sunday with the CU field already
thinning out. Winds have been gusty at times, particularly near
lake michigan, with some peak gusts around 18-20kt. Going into
Sunday night there will be an increasing chance for rain showers
and possibly some lower flight conditions.

Marine
A couple windy periods are on tap for the lake on Monday and then
again Wednesday. As a ridge starts to depart the region and a low
pressure system approaches from the west on Monday, winds will
begin to pick up out of the south-southeast and produce some
higher waves along the western side of lake michigan. Will likely
have to have a small craft advisory for that period. After a cold
front swings through on Monday night Tuesday morning, colder air
will move across the lake with a surface low deepening in western
ontario going into Wednesday. Could be approaching gale force wind
gusts on Wednesday, more so on the northern half of the lake. A
brief ridge of high pressure will move through on Thursday before
another cold front approaches from the northwest.

Mkx watches warnings advisories
Wi... None.

Lm... None.

Tonight Sunday and aviation marine... Halbach
Sunday night through Saturday... Halbach


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Baraboo Wisconsin Dells Airport, WI16 mi54 minSE 610.00 miMostly Cloudy71°F54°F56%1024 hPa

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